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's the big picture goal? in an interview with cnn's erin burnett in afghanistan, defense secretary said terrorists have to be defeated, not decimated. >> i think that you can reach a point where you so significantly weaken al qaeda that, you know, although there may be a few people around, they won't be able to be conduct the operations that they've conducted in the past. >> chris lawrence joins us the pentagon. good to see you, chris. former senator chuck hagel, of course, just nominated for secretary of defense, he would be part of this pull-out. he's a guy that was not in favor of the troop surge, has a controversial side to him in that regard. what do we expect from him? >> reporter: basically, michael, wasn't in favor of the surge in iraq, not quite so critical of the surge in afghanistan. it's a big difference. on the surge in iraq, he called it one of the biggest foren policy blunders since vietnam. chuck hagel was part of the planning for the afghanistan surge under president obama. he consulted with the president's national security adviser and when he gave a speech shortly aft
with them as well. a quick reminder, you can always check out any interviews on this show at cnn.com/brooke. and now wolf blitzer in washington. hey, wolf. >>> brooke, thank you very much. dramatic new developments in the accelerating debate on guns and gun control. gabrielle giffords and nra are making their voices heard in new ways. >>> also, egypt's new president joins me to talk about tahrir square. a one-time symbol of hope is now dirty and oppressive. >>> plus, a mystery that started with a winning lottery ticket and ended with a deadly poisoning. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> we begin with this afternoon's announcement that the national rifle association is joining the white house in the discussion of gun violence in america. a representative will meet with vice president biden this week. what will they be doing? lisa sylvester is walking into "the situation room" right now. you've been doing some reporting, lisa. what is the very latest? >> wolf, leaders from both the private and public sectors are offering specific proposals on gun control, all si
on the white house website to deport a friend of mine, a guy i work with here at cnn, piers morgan, and they're taking aim because he has very strong, he wants background checks, mental health treatment and more control over assault weapon sales. since newtown especially, he's been making that position clear again and again. last night. piers tried to have a conversation, a conversation with a talk show host who spearhead that had position to kick him out of this country. i want to show you how that conversation went. >> why do you want to deport me? >> we did it as a way to bring attention to the affect that we have all of these foreigners and the russian government, the official chinese government, mao said political power goes out of the barrel of the gun. he was the only one with the guns. we did it to point out this is globalism, and the banks that claim december brag they're going to get or guns as well. they've taken everybody's guns but the swiss and the american people. while the government buys 1.6 billion bullets predator drones arms, being used to arrest people in north dakota. e
. >>> well, that is it for me. i'm ali velshi. we're not done. the "cnn newsroom" continues in just a moment with my good friend brooke baldwin. >>> it is supposed to be the future of air travel, yet another major problem with the dreamliner jet is raising eyebrows all around the world. i'm brooke baldwin. the news is now. >>> you bailed them out. now aig execs are thinking about suing their savior. >>> a man wins the lottery, and a month later, he's dead of cyanide poisoning. we're on the case. >>> and as joe biden huddles behind closed doors on the issue of gun control, gabby giffords and michael bloomberg begin their fight against the nra. >>> good to be with you here on this tuesday. i'm brooke baldwin. and i want to begin with the plane boeing says will define the future of the air travel. but for the last month or so, if you've been following this with us, the 787 dreamliner has made most of its headlines really for all these mechanical problems. here is just the latest, just a couple of hours ago, this japan airline, 787, was preparing to leaf above then when it started leaking fuel.
loving it. >>> welcome back to "early start," everyone. cnn's piers morgan facing off with the man behind a petition to have him deported for piers' strong stance against guns. radio host alex jones created the deport piers morgan petition and posted it on the white house website. last night he kind of went off his rocker, telling piers that more guns mean less crime. >> the second amendment isn't there for duck hunting. it's there to protect us from tyrannical government and street guns. hitler, stalin, mao took the guns, chavez took the guns, and i'm here to tell you 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms! it doesn't matter how many lemmings you get out there on the street begging for them to have their guns taken. we will not relinquish them! do you understand? >> it was a subdued, calm discussion. meantime, the white house issued a statement on the petition. the white house responds to all petitions that krosh the threshold, and we will respond to this one. in the meantime, it is worth remembering that the freedom of expression is a bedrock of principle in our democr
must give these men the death penalty. >> reporter: randi kaye, cnn, atlanta. >> cnn's reporter joins me now. you were at the courthouse when the suspects were brought in. what happened? >> reporter: anderson, the five suspects charged with the murder and rape of that medical student were brought into court today basically, so that the charges against them could be read out to them. now, the court did announce that this would be an en camera proceeding from now on. what that means is that the public and the media will have no access to that court proceeding from now onward. and even if the media were to get information from elsewhere on the court proceedings, they would not be able to report on that. i should point out this is actually standard practice in rape cases in india, and that's presumably because rape victims do not want the public and the media around. but also there was a bit of a ruckus right before the suspects were brought in. some of those lawyers there yelling at other lawyers, their colleagues saying, quote, you cannot defend those barbarians. >> it's also going to b
. john berman, ooh! for the first time, "i'm interested." >> we had ben cardin today. >> c cnn newsroom" with carol costello is here right now. >>> gabrielle giffords, the nation marvelled from a gunman's killing spree. today she launches a new fight for stricter gun laws >>> million-dollar mystery an illinois man suddenly dies after winning the lottery but after toxicology tests show he was poisoned there are new questions this morning, who killed farush kan? >>> alabama rolls to its third bcs tight until four years but it was announcing brent mu mussberger's comments making news this morning. ♪ let's dance, put on your red shirt and dance the blue ♪ >> bowie's back and it's his birthday, ziggy stardust celebrated giving his fans a new song from his new album. ♪ let's dance, while color lights up your face ♪ >> good morning to you. thank you so much for joining me, i'm carol costello. we begin with a debate over gun control and new efforts to force stricter laws. former congresswoman gabrielle giffords launching an online campaign to raise funds and public support. she's unveil
at fordham university. newark, delaware, correspondent for cnn who now teaches at the university of delaware. ralph, we get with you, can you defend ms. has son. >> i'm not in the position to defend any individual editor asking a newspaper or any real news organization to keep public information covered up i think is asking a news organization to do something they just don't do. >> bill: so you think that's what this is all about if they didn't publish the information they would have covered it up. >> the information is already public. >> bill: no they got it by a freedom of information ability. >> applied for their permits and they gave up their information. they gave to the government. the government made it public. >> bill: they fought the information. the paper filed a freedom of information act. one county putnam is defying it for public safety reasons and you saying that they would cover it up? they actively sought to do. this they actively sought to invade the privacy of the gun owners. as you know ravel or you should know in connecticut there is a law that says you can't give out tha
tyrannical government and street thugs. take the woman in india, the piece on cnn earlier i was watching during anderson cooper's show, didn't tell you the women of india have signed giant petitions to get firearms because the police can't and won't protect them. the answer is -- i have fbi crime statistics that come out of a year late, 2011, 20-plus percent crime drop in the last nine years. real violent crime because more guns means less crime. britain took the guns 15, 16 years ago. tripling of your overall crime. true we have a higher gun violence level, but overall, those men raped that woman to india to death with an iron rod 15 feet long. you can't ban the iron rods. they didn't do it, the tyrants did it. hitler took the guns, stalin took the guns, chavez took the guns, and i'm here to tell you, 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms. it doesn't matter how many lemmings you get on the street begging to have the guns taken. we will not relinquish them. do you understand? that why you're going to fail and the establishment knows no matter how much propaganda, they
>> from the airline pr point of view, guitars are a pain in the neck. jeanne moos, cnn. new york. >>> thank you so much. before we go tonight, we'll just return from a very quick trip to egypt for an exclusive interview with the new egyptian president, mohamed morsi. what are your impressions of this new and controversial president? >> i have been going to cairo and egypt for many years. i am going to do a bunch of reports throughout the nerest o the week. i spent a lot of time with president morsi. he spoke to me in english. in the formal sit-down, he wanted to speak in arabic. he's got a tough job ahead of him, and he explains his positions, i must say, relatively well. we go through a lot of sensitive issues, but i spent time there at the nile. cairo, a major city, tahrir square there -- >> you went to tahrir square. >> we'll have a lot more coming up in the week. that's our reporter, but we're going to give the viewers a little flavor of what's going on. that's tahrir square. let's go to erin. erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. >> "outfront" next, president obama gears
support him. still the issue reportedly does have the white house concern, and according to cnn the white house has reached out to jewish groups for their support. and then on gay rights. hagel called james hormel aggressively gay. he has renounced those words, but now a future senator who is obviously a leading advocate he told the "boston globe," quote . . . >> jennifer: so joining me now to discuss all of the president's cabinet appoints is michael o'hanlon of the brookings institute. welcome back inside "the war room." really appreciate it. >> thank you governor nice to be with you. >> jennifer: great to be with you too. brookings institution is a very respected organization. do you think hague sell a good pick? >> yeah, i tend to think he is. although i will say right up front is i think tough questioning of the type that mitch mcconnell talked about is entirely appropriate for a confirmation process, and i would be interested to see how senator hagel's views have changed or modified over the years. on iran i share some senator hagel's concerns abou
on monday january 21st. there will be pictures of it on sunday. cnn will have stuff all weekend saturday, sunday and monday. >> we'll be there as well. we will bring you for all of those poor folks who attempted to get these from ticket master, that has to be awful. at the end of the day, they can sit around and watch it on television. >> small consolation. >> listen, i'm going to say congratulations, because you won, i lost, bcs, not that put any money on it. >> repeat that one more time. >> you won, i lost. >> alabama crimson tide are the big winners. >> everybody knows, done with the story. >> that's all from "early start." i'm john berman. >> and i'm zoraida sambolin. >> "starting point" with soledad o'brien starts right now. >>> on "starting point," the crimson tide, yes, we'll talk about it steam rolled to victory. rolls past notre dame. and second straight bcs title. and an eyebrow race raising comment, yes, we're talking to you brent mussberger. >>> chuck hagel named defense secretary nominee. his confirmation will be anything but easy. >>> and we have a date. the u.s. c
nomination in 2009 because of his support for harsh interrogations. cnn national security analyst peter bergen points out he was the architect of the drone policy which has been controversial in places like pakistan and yemen. that's likely to be a topic of conversation in the brennan hearing. the bureau of investigative journalism estimate that is american drones have killed as many as 171 civilians in yemen since 2002. the real story is in pakistan where nearly 1,000 people have been killed, civilians, since 2004 by american drones. >> secretary of state hillary clinton is back at work after being hospitalized for three days. after doctors found a blood clot in between her skull and brain. the staff welcomed her back to work today with fitting gifts. a football helmet, a jersey with the the 112, which symbolizes the number of countries she's visited as secretary of state. even if clinton's blood clot is still present, dr. david deaton tells "outfront" it can be regulated with medication. >>> and an "outfront" update on a story we have been following. french actor gerard depardieu met
are up against, look at what happened on cnn last night. what a horror show. >> and i'm here to tell you, 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms. doesn't matter how many lemmings you get on the street begging for them to have their guns taken. we will not relinquish them. do you understand? >> number one reason we need background checks. that kind of guy. keep him away from weapons. he's a radio talk show host and you heard him. alex jones he doesn't want hunting for protection or personal protection. he wants guns to fight the government with. that's what he said last night. the oaks finally has the wind on its back on the issue of gun control. we know what the opposition looks like. it's that guy. >>> red storm rising. the crisis in the republican party. some republicans resent the hostile takeover by the tea party. some republicans in the tea party is fighting with itself. we have one of the combatants joining us, nick army. and the latest outrage involving penn state. the governor of pennsylvania has decided that the real victims of jerry san duchy were not the chil
in that town hall debate last fall when cnn's candy crowley almost -- almost -- asked barack obama and mitt romney about global warming. >> climate change, i had that question, all you climate change people, we just, you know again, we knew the economy was still the main thing so you knew you kind of wanted to go with the economy. >> and so she veered away, avoiding the issue as if global warming is of concern only to a small clique of elites instead of every one of us. and so for the first time since 1984 there was no mention of climate change in any of the presidential debates. no mention as that clock ticks away and the warnings mount. why isn't this planetary emergency on every politician's mind? why are any of us still silent? those questions prompted me to ask anthony leiserowitz joi me at this table. he's director of the yale project on climate change communication and a research scientist at yale university's school of forestry and environmental studies. he's a geographer by training, with a specialty in human behavior, the psychology of risk perception and decision making -- an ex
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